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#DefragCon 2013 Notes: Unpacking Data’s Baggage: Lessons from Airport Security – Stephen Messer, Collective[i]

Unpacking Data’s Baggage: Lessons from Airport Security – Stephen Messer, Collective[i] BigData will disappoint if you fixate on its size. What matters is getting fast, relevant, accurate results Many don’t think through their business, so they don’t know what they want from their data Big Data has reached the hype cycle and we are now […]

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#DefragCon 2013 Notes: Security before convenience, and other lies – David Meyer, OneLogin

Security before convenience, and other lies – David Meyer, OneLogin Security theater #1: Security images they are ineffective, intuitions are not reliable, people don’t behave the expected way Security theater #2: “Fort Knox” the simple things complicate the more complex infrastructure that is in place and can be circumvented through the appearance of trust Building […]

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#DefragCon 2013 Notes: The Identity Manifesto: Seven Points On The Future of Identity – R Ray Wang

The Identity Manifesto: Seven Points On The Future of Identity – R Ray Wang, Constellation Research Change Ahead 1) Macro economic forces – we can’t change this 2) Dynamic work force – not everything is done within the walls of the organization 3) New business models – we are selling experiences and outcomes now 4) […]

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